The art of travel blogging is more than just uploading text and pretty pictures. It takes work to get it right from the beginning. That’s why I created this list of the 13 most informative and inspiring blog posts that helped me start my travel blog right. If you’re serious and want to start a travel blog, take a look — I promise you won’t regret it.
COVID 19 Get Your Popcorn & Wine Ready Yes, we should stop traveling for the moment — but we need to respect other’s situations. (Photo by Kayla Meets Culture) I’m a part of one of the largest solo female travel groups on FaceBook. I don’t participate much, but I enjoy living vicariously through other solo female travelers while ISigue leyendo «The Comment Section, Travel, and COVID 19»
My camera did not get its fair share of capturing Dallas and Austin. I took my camera out the very first day in Dallas and then not once after. With few photos to share, besides those I took on my phone and shared to Instagram, I’ve decided to challenge the notion a picture is worthSigue leyendo «Texas Magic»
The first time I studied abroad, I knew I wanted to study somewhere that offered the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. South Africa, with its history and stories, was the place to study for me — not only learn, but challenge my personal skills and cultural perceptions. Urban International Storytelling, a summer study abroadSigue leyendo «What Happened When I Studied Abroad in South Africa with Klein GO»
A year ago if you had asked me ‘’What would your ultimate career look like?’’ I would have answered, ‘’I want to have a travel show like Anthony Bourdain and show people the world.’’ While I don’t feel right to respond that way anymore, his worldly pursuits and tales of the globe will always influenceSigue leyendo «Anthony Bourdain: Remembering an Inspiration»
Turned Panama upside down using the Polarr editing program. I’m more of a realist, but the world looks cool through technologies’ eyes. [Modula id=»1″]
Sometimes it’s hard to travel as a woman because just about everywhere you go, you’re still a woman. Most, if not all of us have experienced the pitfalls of femininity in our travels and at home. From harassment in the streets to disguised discrimination, falling in line (or staying out-of-line) with society’s expectations prescribes punishmentsSigue leyendo «Travel as a Woman: What I’ve Learned»
From the life of a serial drifter, self-definition means to keep learning, experiencing, and finding yourself in places around the globe sometimes. Finding self-definition depends on you – of course, we’re always growing, but some of us are always out trying to discover what’s next for us. If this describes you, welcome to my page.Sigue leyendo «A Place for Self-Definition and Everything Else»
Some of the people who made my time in Panama irreplaceable, including my students. I miss them all so much, no puedo esperar a regresar.
First bruised bone. First jellyfish sting. First time falling in a hole in the sidewalk. Travel mishaps took no mercy these past two months. Our story begins at Uvierto beach, Las Tablas We had all been swimming for quite some time, no issues at all. As the tide began to come in though, so didSigue leyendo «3 Unexpected Travel Mishaps in Panama»